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Facts about Hapag-Lloyd Express (TUIfly)

Hapag-Lloyd Express and Hapag-Lloyd Flug were merged into the cooperation TUIfly in an attempt to reorganize TUI's airline portfolio.
* Hapag-Lloyd Express is a no-frills airline based in Germany Boeing 737-500 (Stuttgart) Boeing 737-700 Boeing 737-800 Boeing
Hapag-Lloyd Express was established in 2002 and began operations in December 2002.
with Hapag-Lloyd Express to become TUIfly, for which it operates all flights, while Hapag-Lloyd Express markets them.
Hapag-Lloyd Express - by Don Dahlmann 2 October 2005 Berlin to Venice. I travelled on HLX to Venice last Week.
Hapag-Lloyd Express (HLX), is not given to the flamboyant self-promotion of easyJet's founder Stelios Haji-Ioannou, or the shooting from the hip - occasionally into his own foot -
Hapag-Lloyd Express offered no-frills services to destinations in Germany and Europe. Most of them are now operated by TUIfly.
Hapag-Lloyd Express will begin flying 6 times per week between Munich and Venice (Marco Polo) from 11 May 2006. Flights can be booked now at www.hlx.com.
From 25 March 2007 Hapag-Lloyd Express will begin flying between Cologne-Bonn and Linz. They will fly 6 times per week on this route. Flights will be available to book at www.hlx.com.
View the full size photo! Hapag-Lloyd Express (Germania) D-AGEU Boeing 737-75B Dublin - EIDW Aircraft: Hapag-Lloyd Express (Germania) Boeing 737-75B Location:
Hapag-Lloyd Express Boeing 737-8K5(WL) @ Tel Aviv - Ben Gurion (TLV / LLBG) © Siegi Open Photo: D-AHFX - Hapag-Lloyd Express - Boeing 737-8K5(WL) D-AHFX Hapag-Lloyd Express Boeing 737-8K5(WL) @ Maastricht
Hapag-Lloyd Express (X3) based in Germany = Flag of Hapag-Lloyd Express TUIfly is the third biggest airline in Germany (after Lufthansa and Air Berlin) and